+1 to everyone
Any statistics? (# of applicants, etc)?
You should have included the number of accepted applicants. :)
Statistics and numbers coming soon- stay tuned!
WoW. Thanks for the opportunity.Great to be a part of the FOSS community.
According to the link in the post there's 1025 accepted student projects...Good luck and congrats to all the others who will be participating in GSoC...
"Congratulations to all the students accepted for this year’s program." +1Maybe I will have more luck next year.Anny way I would like a collections to organizations announcements for example like this for BigBlueButton: http://groups.google.com/group/bigbluebutton-dev/browse_thread/thread/6a66f1aff448e8f5
I just found that some organizations have nice soc summary pages on google's site like Wikimedia for example (http://socghop.appspot.com/gsoc/org/home/google/gsoc2010/wikimedia)and some have "old" proposal guidelines like BegleBoard for example (http://socghop.appspot.com/gsoc/org/show/google/gsoc2010/beagleboard).Why is that?
waitin 4 gsoc 2011...... :(
Sweet!please, could you show the organization in the list? I'd like to see more context.Could you also allow opening items in tabs? The list needs to be reloaded after watching one item, making it hard to browse.
Pretty please add a column that says which organization the student applied to. If you think we don't need it, try finding all students for a particular organization with full-text search :)
Would love to know the stats is it anywhere on th eweb please provide the link if anyone knows it .
It would be nice to figure out when the announcement is since our project FreeSWITCH has missed out on it 3 years in a row now =( Where do you look for the announcement?
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